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March 26, 2012, 04:26:13 PM
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Hi I'm new here and decided to Register and increase my knowledge on computing Cheesy I'm relatively in any standards "all-right" with computers and stuff. I know a Computer isn't the monitor and a CPU isn't a computer although i know a few people who don't know  Cheesy

So I'm getting interested in the know-hows of Bitcoins and the raw computer power needed to generate them ^^

Anyways some more about me;

I've learnt a few coding languages;
Code:
C++
C#
Java
Html (language?)
Php (Small amount)

thats pretty much all. Also my current rig (isn't rig at all >.< since its 5yr old Laptop using CPU instead of GPU) gets around 0.7Mhps (700Khash/s this is on startup)

Basic Technical Lingo (i picked up after few minutes here lol fast learned )

   Startup  = 0.7Mhash/s (Starts very high for some reason?)
   Average = 0.2Mhash/s
   Running  = Intel(R) Celeron(R) CPU 550  @ 2.00GHz
   
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Ps. any thoughts on a good rig? like hybrid or dedicated? because I'm all for gaming for when Bitcoins hit a hyper-deflation or "off season"

~Blue
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March 26, 2012, 04:30:45 PM
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try to install some AMD Cards into your rig like 5858, 5870 and it'll get you running better than you are now
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March 26, 2012, 04:39:59 PM
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Thanks sounds like good idea! Going to go get new Gaming Desktop/Semi-Rig so probably going to get awesome graphics card. Thanks for advice much appreciated  Smiley
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March 26, 2012, 05:09:59 PM
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You will probably need a PSU and a better motherboard and possibly some PCI cables.
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March 26, 2012, 05:12:42 PM
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Thanks sounds like good idea! Going to go get new Gaming Desktop/Semi-Rig so probably going to get awesome graphics card. Thanks for advice much appreciated  Smiley

Nvidia GPUs aren't worth it these days, you'll never make as much as you spend on power.

What you want in an ideal world is a 7970 or similar, undervolt it and enjoy your 5Mh/s per watt or so Cheesy

Oh, and use somewhere other than deepbit, those fees add up Tongue
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March 26, 2012, 05:20:48 PM
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Yeah. Nvidia is not good for mining. And those 7970 are expensive and you could get two 5850 and possibly get more power than 1 7970

As for pool, I heard of a pool called abcpool and it has no fees
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March 26, 2012, 05:31:39 PM
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You will probably need a PSU and a better motherboard and possibly some PCI cables.

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March 26, 2012, 05:35:45 PM
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Hey Reall Blue, when you break out of Newbie status, make sure to head straight to the Lending section and start asking for handouts! lol

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March 26, 2012, 05:36:56 PM
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Thanks sounds like good idea! Going to go get new Gaming Desktop/Semi-Rig so probably going to get awesome graphics card. Thanks for advice much appreciated  Smiley

Nvidia GPUs aren't worth it these days, you'll never make as much as you spend on power.

What you want in an ideal world is a 7970 or similar, undervolt it and enjoy your 5Mh/s per watt or so Cheesy

Oh, and use somewhere other than deepbit, those fees add up Tongue

Ahhh kk its just to get me through me noob phase  Wink

Hey Reall Blue, when you break out of Newbie status, make sure to head straight to the Lending section and start asking for handouts! lol

I can do that?! Cool i am going to fully consider asking can't wait ^^ imma just keep active here for a while till then. I do sometimes get very active on forums spent 3weeks fully on a forum after being there for 2months lol

~Reall blue
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